Scott Sizer is the P3/Joint-Ventures Policy Coordinator for Fairfax County. In this position, Scott helps to facilitate public-private partnership and joint-development projects across the County agencies that have the primary project development and construction management responsibilities, as well as the additional County agencies that provide support for these projects. Currently, there are over 40 projects currently active or recently completed in Fairfax.
Scott began his career with Fairfax County in 2001 serving as a planner with the Fairfax County Park Authority, Geographer with the Department of Information Technology, Management Analyst for the Department of Systems Management for Human Services, and most recently as a Revitalization Program Manager in the Office of Community Revitalization. Scott moved into his current role in January, 2016. Prior to coming to Fairfax County, he worked for Geographic Technologies Group in Goldsboro, NC and for Loudoun County, VA.
Scott received his undergraduate degree from George Mason University and graduate degree from West Virginia University and is a Certified Public Manager.